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. >>> a newly surfaced internal e-mail could prove costly for toyota automaker. five days before a massive recall, an executive warned colleagues they need to come clean. toyota faces dozens of lawsuits. >>> general motors says things are looking up, despite losing more than $4 billion after emerging from ba bankruptcy last year. it could turn a profit as early as next year. >>> the era of record low mortgage rates is over. rates climbed to more than 5.3% in the past week, up from just over 5%. many buyers are racing to close deals locking rates before they go higher. improving economy and end of the government programs designed to push them down. tax day is just a week away. for half of the americans, april 15th is just another date on the calendar. estimated 47% will pay no federal income taxes for 2009. eighth their incomes were too low or they qualified for enough credits, deductions and exemptions. most people are required to file deadlines by the return. >>> the queen of day time tv is ready to take on the night. oprah winfrey will host an evening show on her new cable network. the s
your money scope report with toyota set to pay a record fine. the japanese auto maker has reportedly agreed to pay $16.4 million for concealing information about a problem with sticking pedals on some of its vehicles. toyota will accept responsibility on the deal but admit no wrong doing. the transportation department said they knew about it in september but waited until january to issue the recall. >>> and goldmann sacks is facing fraud charges here in the united states and mounting pressures from overseas as well. they say they may ns gait. those countries bailed out banks that lost hundreds of millions of dollars investing with goaledman sacks. >> you werings reports are due out this week. most of them are scheduled to show another quarter of red ink. travelers can look forward to more add-on fees, slightly higher fares and cuts to unprofitable routes especially if some airlines merge. five airlines have promised not to charge fees for carry on bags. they won't follow the lead of spirit airlines which plans to charge up to $45 to put a bag if an overhead bin. >>> and at the movies
on the loan funded by u.s. taxpayers. gm's ceo is expected to make the plan public tom. >>> toyota is recalling its lexus gx 460 suv to fix stability control problems. that's the model consumer reports warns consumers not to buy. toyota is offering to update the stability control software. >>> new reports say last year's cyber attack on google put the private information of millions at risk. intruders broke into a system giving access to multiple google services with just one log in. the pass words of g mail users were not involved. still they say hackers could find more vulnerabilities at gooinging. >>> this morning the washington post reports the food and drug administration wants to reduce sodium gaj wally over a period of years. high levels of salt increase the risk of heart disease and strokes. the fda is called to analyze thousands of products and how to reduce the salt. and new profit reports come out this morning as goldman sachs goes all out to defends itself over allegations it had fraudulent investments. >>> clear skies. some patchy frost to be found. frost advisory in s
are buying again and they're being joined by consumers. toyota says it's conducting safety tests on the support utility models. this comes after the consumer reports finds that the lexus gx360 unsafety because of rollover problems. on the tax filing day, some merchants are offering a little bit of relief. boston market has a buy one get one free meal deal on sunday with and on line coupon. and i-hop a child's meal is free evenings all week long. the battle brewing between republicans and president obama over new laws to regulate bank that's ahead on gma. that is your money scope report this morning. i'm jeremy hubbard. >>> good looking stuff on tap today. hopefully you don't waste in line standing in line trying to drop off your taxes at the post office it looks leak the chance of showers builds in after 4:00 p.m. tomorrow and back into the 60s and cooler weekend. 6:24 back to the roads with troy. >>> we're dealing with a couple of water main breaks. but let's take a look at your drive times as you head out the door. >>> you see traffic moving freely on 695 and harford road. but
of america, toyota, verizon and wal-mart. but there can only be one winner. >> all the companies in our bracket were submitted and voted on by consumerist readers. people are going off about their dealings with them. >> they'll crown a winner april 26th. go to >>> let's fill out our own bracket with this weather. beautiful weather coming up. good morning, justin. >> this is exactly what we need. check out these temperatures. massive flooding continuing across the northeast. this one from connecticut. that pizza may be soggy. flooding waters gushing everywhere. some people had to be pulled from their cars. many of those absolutely destroyed and submerged. the problems continue uh, with this uh, record flooding throughout the state of connecticut and rhode island, up toward massachusetts. water will continue to drain out over towards the atlantic and long island sound over the next couple days. dry weather is exactly what you need when you see that picture. almanac in baltimore, back here on april 1st with a typical 38 degree morning low. 60 degrees for the afternoon high
market is closed today for good friday. >>> toyota most generous incentives ever helped left foot the entire auto industry last month. sales at the embattled automaker rose 41%. incentives were worth $2300 per vehicle. ford was up 40% from a year ago. gm rose 22%. chrysler slipped 8%. >>> obama administration announced the fuel efficiency standards by 2016, cars and trucks will average 35.5 miles a gallon. up 10 miles from now. the government says the changes will save nearly 2 billion barrels of oil and drive up the average price of a new car by $1000. a group of american companies says it's getting harder to do business in china. report by the american chamber of commerce in china accuses the government of using indiscriminatory rules. you might want to get in line if you are hoping to get your has on apad. the must have device goes on sale at 9:00 a.m. a analyst is predicting they will be gone by the afternoon. another expects them to sell 300,000 just this weekend. coming up on good morning america the squeeze at the cinema. how movie theaters are dealing with the influx of 3d
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